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Because you want to enjoy your space now without added fuss. Spring is the perfect time to open up the windows in your house and clean every surface inch, but there’s no reason to spend more time on this task than necessary. Use these tips to quickly get your home spic and span. Have a plan When it comes to Read more…


Tired of staring at your old faucet? Installing a new one is easy! (No, really.) If you’ve been washing your hands a lot lately, you might have started paying extra attention to your faucet. Does it drip? Is the chrome flaking off? Is it dated? Plumbing projects can be intimidating, because no one wants to accidentally flood their entire home. Read more…


Throw open the curtains, let the breeze in and brighten your home decor. With springtime comes a sense of renewal, and a desire to clean, organize and refresh — especially if you’re spending a lot of time at home. Get your creative gears turning, and whip your space into shape. You’ll be surprised how a few simple changes can give you Read more…


This tiny home packs a bouldering wall, a roll-up garage door and a full-sized soaking tub into just 250 square feet. There’s no need to park in the mountains when the rock climbing is right at your doorstep.  At least that’s what the team at Tiny Heirloom figured when they set out to design a tiny home for an intrepid couple Read more…


What’s better than a rooftop deck? Three of them. Each with its own sweeping view. The Olympic Mountains. The Strait of Georgia. The shoreline of Victoria, Canada. And maybe a pod of orcas, if you’re lucky. You can see all of that (and much more) from one of this home’s three rooftop decks. Located on the rocky shores of Read more…


Stalactites? Check. Waterfall? Check. 4 bedrooms and an illustrious guest list? Check, check! When most people envision their dream home, they describe large kitchens, beautiful hardwood floors and clawfoot tubs. But not John Hay. In the mid-1980s, Hay — founder of the Celestial Seasonings Tea Company and great-great grandson of U.S. Secretary of State John Milton Hay — purchased the Read more…


If you wanted to, you could drive straight through this home’s living room. But it’s too pretty for that … Like many married couples, the Clarks have a lot in common: a last name, a first name (they’re both Kelly) and an affinity for wide-open spaces — which inspired them to build a 10,000-square-foot barn-style home on 30 acres Read more…


Curate a magazine-worthy gallery wall — with everyday masterpieces you already own. Blending interior design styles with a roommate or partner is all about including personal touches and pinpointing a shared interest or aesthetic. The floor-to-ceiling gallery wall we created for a special couple on the West Coast is a perfect example. Homeowner Lauren and her fiance Greg are taking a big step: cohabitation. Read more…


Gray skies don’t have to mean a drab indoor life. As winter plods along, you may wish you could just hibernate until spring. But there is, indeed, joy to be found in the quieter months of the year. While the trend may have come and gone in the U.S., the art of hygge, that feeling of being ultra-cozy and content, Read more…


New year, new home? Whip your financial resume into shape to improve your home-buying odds. Thinking of buying a home this year? We compiled five New Year’s resolutions that can help you keep your financial resume in tiptop shape. 1. Avoid job hopping Employment history and income are two of the biggest factors lenders look at when evaluating a mortgage Read more…


Tackle clutter and make your space work for you — with style. For many people, the new year represents a clean slate and brings a renewed sense of possibility and enthusiasm. It’s a wonderful time to get your home organized in anticipation of the busy months ahead. Effective storage solutions and organization systems will enable you to enjoy your home Read more…


Easy handmade decor and trimmings set the scene for a festive holiday get-together. Holiday entertaining is all about one-of-a-kind decor, and we’ve got some show-stopping looks that you can make yourself. You don’t have to be an expert crafter to accomplish these easy DIY projects. Creating a custom hanging herb chandelier and dessert takeaways will really impress your guests at Read more…


Holiday decorating can be as simple as dusting off your flower vases, unrolling a spool of burlap and polishing your silver. Hold your holiday decor horses! Before you purchase gobs of tinsel and piles of twinkle lights, take another look at items you already have — they may be the holiday embellishment you’ve been looking for. By hunting through your Read more…


Home buying hurdles exist — but research, creativity and flexibility will help you clear them. Home buyers today face tough challenges — housing prices have soared, a dollar doesn’t go as far as it once did and rent is more expensive than the past. How are people today making such a large purchase despite these hurdles? With more flexibility and Read more…


Constructing these homes is like kneading dough. “We spend so much of our lives in boxes,” says Alexis Borsboom, owner of this cottage nestled among the trees on Mayne Island, BC. The unique shape is just one reason she and her husband moved in. The rest of the story lies inside its walls — and begins with the walls themselves. Read more…